Article Date: January 30th, 2012
Category: February 2012, Grants & Fundraising
4Culture’s Heritage Cultural Education program builds awareness of King County’s rich and diverse past, and provides opportunities for organizations and heritage specialists to partner with teachers and students to develop and present innovative classroom-based heritage education projects.
All funded projects must align with Essential Academic Learning Requirements (EALRs) and Classroom Based Assessments (CBAs), especially those that focus on Social Studies, and must be designed to be distributed electronically via the Internet.
For more about EALRs and CBAs, go to www.k12.wa.us.
For more information on this and other 4Culture funding programs, visit www.4culture.org/newsite/apply/index.aspx or call Heritage 4Culture lead Eric Taylor at 206-296-8688. On-line applications will be available at the first of the year.